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Che Reagan Christ

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-tip- wrote:
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Seems your simian ancestors selected against the humor gene.
And selected in favor of the hypocrite gene for you. Go figure.

“It is what it is”

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Che Reagan Christ wrote:
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Not true. I simply don't need an invisible man in the sky to tell a bunch of ancient tribal people how to live for me to know right from wrong.
i get it--you one of those dumbasses with the "coexist" and "tolerance" rainbow bumpstickers on your rickety old pickup, right? an "enlightened being".

“animis opibusque parati”

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Che Reagan Christ wrote:
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And selected in favor of the hypocrite gene for you. Go figure.
No one is more hypocritical than that person whose moral code is valid only for himself.

“Ludibrium est onus genio”

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#1898
Oct 1, 2013
 
Mpnf1979 wrote:
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Key word: believe. You can believe what you like and I can believe what I like.
Let's get this in concrete. Is it true that you believe the woman's rights are more valuable than the life of the child she carries, under any circumstances?
Duke for Mayor

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Che is pitching a hissy fit.
As s/he should.
Pretty sad when a non-atheist has to spoonfeed atheistic philosophy to a self-proclaimed atheist.
What is really sad is when pretentious "Christians" pretend to know what others believe and then draw self righteous conclusions based upon their own false assumptions about what they think others believe.

Pretty sad when "Christians" pretend theirs is the only path.

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Duke for Mayor

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Oct 1, 2013
 
ItIs wrote:
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i get it--you one of those dumbasses with the "coexist" and "tolerance" rainbow bumpstickers on your rickety old pickup, right? an "enlightened being".
whattaya got against rickety old pickups with bumperstickers?

you sound a bit snooty

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Oct 1, 2013
 
Che Reagan Christ wrote:
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Hissy fit? How so? And who defines "atheistic philosophy?" You? The whole point of being without a religion is the ability to think for oneself and not being beholden to any particular cult.
Spirituality without religion???

Are you fckkkin mad?

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Oct 1, 2013
 
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I can't read George's mind. But I can tell you from personal experience, there is only so much the non-addict can deal with. I didn't want one either, but he also refused treatment. There, you now have the rest of the possible story. Maybe you are running on an overly active imagination due to your dislike of George? The world doesn't revolve the way YOU want it to!
Meow.
I dislike Paco's penchant for lying, and pretending he's better than others.

I'll bet you five pickles that Paco wanted that divorce. He wanted the wife to file. He knew that he could not have gotten the $500 mulligan from the church if he were to be the one filing. Paco will tell you the exception...he already has...several times...abandonment.

I don't begrudge Paco gettin the divorce, or even wanting it.

He just shouldn't lie about it and expect others with the most rudimentary understanding of Catholicism to believe his statement that he "didn't want a divorce" merely because she filed and he didn't.

That's just utter bullshitt.

woof

“Ludibrium est onus genio”

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Spirituality without religion???
Are you fckkkin mad?
woof
In atheism, there is no spirit.

“Ludibrium est onus genio”

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Oct 1, 2013
 
Duke for Mayor wrote:
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I dislike Paco's penchant for lying, and pretending he's better than others.
I'll bet you five pickles that Paco wanted that divorce. He wanted the wife to file. He knew that he could not have gotten the $500 mulligan from the church if he were to be the one filing. Paco will tell you the exception...he already has...several times...abandonment.
I don't begrudge Paco gettin the divorce, or even wanting it.
He just shouldn't lie about it and expect others with the most rudimentary understanding of Catholicism to believe his statement that he "didn't want a divorce" merely because she filed and he didn't.
That's just utter bullshitt.
woof
You don't think it's possible for one of the parties to not want a divorce?

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Duke for Mayor wrote:
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Pretty sad when "Christians" pretend theirs is the only path.
woof
John 14:6

“Ignorance is bliss.”

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Oct 2, 2013
 
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You're nuts. He gave her a way to save the marriage. You do realize that there are some extremely dependent people out there without any boundaries, right? Where should the non-drinker's responsibility lie? He can't sober up for her! Yeah, can find a detox place, go to therapy, whatever...but ultimately, she was the one who had to sober up and remain sober. Why should George have not expected her to own her own behavior/alcoholism and address it? Even in marriage, there are boundaries: his behavior and hers.
Because that's the promise he made to her and to god, that's why. Do you all take your wedding vows so lightly?

“Ignorance is bliss.”

Since: May 11

Hightstown, NJ

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Oct 2, 2013
 
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Another miss.
Culture is not the arbiter of morality.
Hence, universal truth.
You're apparently uneducated. Every culture defines its morality. Some cultures find it perfectly acceptable to marry children to either older men or marry two children when they're younger for property or financial reasons. Our culture does not view this behavior similarly. You've been proven wrong on every turn. Just because YOU refuse to believe these things does not make them untrue. It just means you're incapable or unwilling to see outside your own experiences.

“Ignorance is bliss.”

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Hightstown, NJ

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#1908
Oct 2, 2013
 
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There exists no distinct moral code that is synonymous with atheism.
To claim that an atheist subscribes to objective morality is irrational.
It's irrational for you, not for us. As I've said before, morality existed before your religion. You can try and deny that, but it's still true. Morality continues to exist for people who aren't even aware of Christianity.

“Ignorance is bliss.”

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Oct 2, 2013
 
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Upon what standard you define right and wrong?
Before you answer, take a breather.
All that tail-chasing must have you foaming at the mouth.
Instinct, common sense and common decency. To me, if you only do "good" because your religion tells you to do so, you're not being moral - you're just doing what you think you have to because someone else says so.

“Ignorance is bliss.”

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Oct 2, 2013
 
TonyD2 wrote:
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Let's get this in concrete. Is it true that you believe the woman's rights are more valuable than the life of the child she carries, under any circumstances?
It's always been in concrete. I've never waivered from my stance.

“Ignorance is bliss.”

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Oct 2, 2013
 
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In atheism, there is no spirit.
Wrong. Christianity did not invent the idea of a spirit. Native Americans believe in spirits and were/are very spiritual without a Christian god.

“Ignorance is bliss.”

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Oct 2, 2013
 
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John 14:6
Of course the bible would say that. How else would people be convinced to believe?
Oliver Canterberry

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Mpnf1979 wrote:
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Of course the bible would say that. How else would people be convinced to believe?
Just look at those nations with Judeo-Christian Majorities and compare them to nations founded on Islam (Afghanistan, Iran, Iraq, Syria, Yemen, Somalia)or African Tribalism (Haiti, Botswana, Zimbabwe), the difference in human rights, human dignity, cleanliness, logical thinking and rational debate are clear.

Jesus is the light of the world and the nations that reject Christ dwell in darkness that even you can't deny without appearing to be completely and fundamentally dishonest.

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Do you know anything about history, Ollie? Ever heard of the European "Dark Ages" or the 700 years of Muslim control in Spain,and Portugal? You are comparing nations and people who were devastated by colonialism, taught self- hatred, and were forbidden to learn to read and write the language of their colonizers, then left to figure out how to reform a nation out of nothing but hate and ignorance after the colonizers were chased out.
It's easy to find fault with cultures that are not white and Christian, after centuries of abuse and castigating, which results in psychological and mental dysfunction. The results are out.
European "culture" and religion had birthing pain for centuries, Ollie. Things didn't just "POOF" come to order and unity. There was the Spanish Inquisition, The Salem Witch Trials in our country, Wars with the native Indians, American and European enslavement of Africans, civil war over slavery, Jim Crow, Civil Rights movement, women's rights movement, and now gay rights movement.
You're looking at European culture and Christianity through a dirty opaque lens.

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